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the government. the debt ceiling again. what about tax reform? immigration reform? that farm bill is already two years overdue. with all this unfinished business what are they doing. >> let me give you a hint. only five days are planned in december when the house and senate will both be in washington. just five days for senators and members of congress to work together and actually solve problems. they don't operate in a vacuum. they can't get work done if they're not both working together or even working. that is a fact. now that is not to say some are not working. it's the institution that's the problem. the institution has a lousy work ethic. and as wrong as we are content to be enablers, it will get worse. my view? time's up. either they have a full work month in december then they shut be booted out. if you have an important story or issue you think i should take off the record, go to greta wire.com and tell us about it. >>> and every night on the record continues to investigate obama care. a new problem. growing fears that doctors offices and ers could get flooded as new patients get cover
billion in debt. >>> and now to boston. an immigration judge ruling that president obama's kenyan born uncle can stay in the u.s. he has lived in the united states since the 1960s. >>> now to north korea. an uncle of kim jong un has been stripped of his power. and that's tonight's speed-read. >>> and is president obama rewriting his own health care law? is he violating the constitution? now that is what the house judiciary committee is trying to figure out. >> indeed, president obama is the first president since richard nibsen to ignore a duly enacted law simply because he disagrees with it. we have seen a pattern. president obama circumvents congress when he doesn't get his way. >> the administration's decision to defer action against particular individuals is neither unusual nor unconstitutional. >> this method of law making has more in common with monarchy than with democracy and constitutional republic. >> prosecutorial discretion is one thing. >>> and georgetown's nicolas krants joins us. is he overstepping his constitutional powers? >> well, i think that he is. article ii of the
. again. what about tax reform. they always talk about it. immigration reform. that farm bill is already two years overdue. with all this unfinished business, what are they doing? let me give you a hint. according to "the washington post" only five days are planned in december when the house and the senate will both be in washington. just five days for senators and members of congress to work together and actually solve problems. they don't operate in a vacuum. they can't get work done if they're not both working together or even working. that is a fact. now, that's not to say some are not working. it's the institution that's the problem. the institution has a lousy work ethic. as long as we are content to be the enablers, you and me, it'll get worse. my view, time's up. either they stay in washington for a full month of work in december and prove they really care, or they should be voted out. no questions asked. and regardless of party. if you don't want to work. just go. that's my off the record comment tonight. if you have an important story or issue you think i should take off the re
$18 billion in debt. now to boston, immigration judge ruling that president obama's kenyon born uncle can stay in the u.s. the 69-year-old uncle is the half-brother of president obama's father. he has lived in the united states since the 1960's. and now to north korea. uncle of kim jong un has been stripped of his powers. the uncle has been considered number two of the north korean government. he has been a mentor to his nephew and the nation's power elite since the days of kim jong il. and that's tonight's speed read is president obama writing his own healthcare law. is he violating the constitution? that is what the house judiciary committee is trying to figure out. >> indeed, president obama is is the first president since richard nixon to ignore a duly enacted law simply because he disagrees with it it the dream act and no child left behind education law, welfare reform law, drug laws, healthcare law. we have seen a pattern. president obama sir couple events congress when he doesn't get his way. >> the administration's decision to defer action against particular individuals is nei
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